“Full Stack GraphQL Applications,” a book by William Lyon, is hot off the presses in both print and ebook formats from Manning Publications. This book shows you how to develop full stack GraphQL applications using GraphQL, React, Apollo, and Neo4j database as well as how to deploy our application using modern cloud services such as Neo4j Aura, Auth0, Netlify, and AWS Lambda.
Along the way, we demonstrate how to use the Neo4j GraphQL library to build a GraphQL API without writing any resolvers, add custom logic using Cypher to your GraphQL server, and add authorization rules to protect your data. You can download a FREE digital copy of the full book here.
Don’t forget to code and golf before September 15! Neo4j Code Golf challenge is your chance to win prizes totaling $27,000!!
PS: Stay tuned for NODES 2022 news! We’ll be announcing the agenda soon. We received a lot of great talks and thanks to everyone who submitted! NODES is on November 16 and 17, 2022. Save your seat.
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GRAPH VISUALIZATION: Jira in GraphXRIn this blog, Ben Goosman demonstrates how graph visualization keeps track of his company’s complex relationships as managed in Jira, Airtable, and Confluence. He creates custom workflows for GraphXR using the Grove extension to map JSON onto nodes and edges and then inserts them into a graph database.
NEO4J LIVE: Marvel Studios API
APPLICATION: Speech To Cypher
TRAINING: Welcome to Graphville!
TWEET OF THE WEEK: @binocularityDon’t forget to retweet if you like it!
Thanks! after inevitable data format reformating hunt from ancient Google format @WolframResearch and Mathematica came to the rescue.— Nick Holliman (@binocularity) September 2, 2022
The Romans certainly seemed to like the Welsh borders. Time to think up some good student graph theory projects using @neo4j .. https://t.co/Ks12pwE0ot pic.twitter.com/nR7P362Zrw
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